Points out that military service should be understood as part of citizenship and that training in the everyday duties of citizenship is a part of the preparation for military service.
DIRECTOR: Gil Altschul; CAMERA: Bruce Colling; WRITERS: Tom Riha, Hartley Pfeil; EDITOR: Ace Moore; AUTHORITIES: National Education Association, American Council on Education, U.S. Office of Education, National Catholic Education Association, National Vocational Guidance Association, U.S. Department of Defense; BILL: John Galvarro; HOWIE: John Lindsay; DAD: Jim Campbell
March 20, 2017 Subject:
Larry is ready for service AND marriage!
You got to hand it to John Galvarro. He's done it all! PLayed a junkie in Drug Addiction, was about to tie the knot in "Are You Ready For Marriage", then in some sort of Coronet acting wet dream movie, FINALLY teams up with John Lindsay, (Woody in Dating: Do's and Don'ts) as brothers in a movie! Woot! In this, Galvarro plays a guy who's in the service who writes about the service Lindsay can do at home. It's all pretty standard actually, with the curious scenes of Galvarro in what it appears to be an actual Military school. (WHEW! luckily that just appeared to be a day shoot, more euphemeral movies to shoot, more subjects to cover!).
Be sure to stick around after the credits for the very odd ending, where a business suit type explains to us again (with a "taped" example of why it's oh so important to be in the service).